Vicent Sousa (the man behind Lulu's Farm) in Anjuna, Goa, was a rare landlord who took to a life in farming. He talks about his experiences, and his achievements over the years. He recalls the maize, the HYVs (high yielding varieties) and the many crops and innovations he brought to his fields in Goa. An interview in Anjuna on October 27, 2012 by Frederick Noronha (with Domnic PF Fernandes). Topics: goa, india, anjuna, agriculture, lulu's farm, fields, landlord
byRecorded by Frederick Noronha. Talk mainly by Victor Hugo Gomes (and other discussants, including Miguel Barganza)
Victor Hugo-Gomes is the guy behind the Goa Chitra, an amazing museum set up by an individual in Goa or elsewhere, for that matter. Goa Chitra documents the local "age-old wisdom passed down through generations. It is an unique collection and display of traditional farming implements and other ancient tools of trade set up against the backdrop of a traditional organic farm." It collections have now grown to more than 4000 objects on display. In this audio recording, he talks about... Topics: goa, agriculture, india, former portuguese colony, traditional knowledge, victor hugo gomes,...
byRecorded by FN/Frederick Noronha at Radio Saranga
Miguel Braganza was once with the Goa agriculture department, but his interest in issues in the field stays high. An interview with Frederick Noronha, at the Mangalore-based Saranga community radio station 108.7 FM. Language: English. Topics: agriculture, goa, mangalore, sharing knowledge, initiatives in goa, organic, plant diversity,...